Japan was first subjected to an aerial bombing attack during the Doolittle Raid .
Aerial bombing, first of airfields, then of cities and industry.
February1, 1916, a German Zeppelin. carried out the very first aerial bombing of England. on Derby.
Aerial bombing started in the 1950s using surplus WWII bombers (B26s). The first modern jet to start bombing was the North American F100 Super Sabre in 1961. That's America's longest fighting jet in steady combat; 1961 to 1971.
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The USS Monitor was the first Union ironclad warship.
The first Bali bombing was on October 12, 2002.
The first bombing mission isn't recorded. It's thought to have been the French raid on a zepplin hanger August 14, 1914. As early as Sept 1914, the French were organising air units assigned to bombing raids. The first recorded aerial bombing actually happened before WW1. The Italians bombed Turkish troops in the Italian-Turkish war 1911.
No. Ancient Chinese did.
The first bombing of Japan in World War 2 was the Dolittle Raid.
The first clash of a metal warship with a revolving gun turret fighting another metal warship in actual battle.
Airplanes were used well before WW1 started. Their use as weapons wasn't developed after the war started. The first aerial bombing occurred Nov 1911 by Italian pilots. They bombed Turkish troops during the Italo-Turkish War. During WW1, they were used, initially for recon, then bombing and dogfighting.
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The warship Monitor was developed in 1862
first aerial journey was made in paris by pilatre de rozier on 15 october 1783
what was the first extensive u.s. bombing of north vietnam
Yes; a pay-back bombing.
Them bombing us first.
The first aerial photograph was taken in 1858 over the Bievre Valley in France (from a balloon) by French author and artist Felix Tournachon.
The first major German warship sunk in WW2 was the "pocket battleship" Admiral Graf Spee, scuttled by her crew outside Montevideo, Uruguay on 17 December 1939.